Content updated 2013-08-16


  • Go Exchange fair on campus
    It’s almost time for the campus to buzz with a truly international atmosphere. On Wednesday 20 September, 11.00 - 13.00, it is time for our Go Exchange fair.
  • Why can’t guys talk about their feelings?
    What is manliness and what is not manliness? Why can’t guys talk about their feelings? Is it possible to be ALL OF ME without anyone judging me? You are invited to a performance with Simon Näslund to hopefully get some of the answers. Welcome on Wednesday 6 September at 18:00.
  • Looking for a job? Maybe you need help with your CV?
    Or are you just curious about life after graduation? The Career Centre will help you! During three lunchtime seminars you can learn more about how to find a job, write a great CV and then how to survive the interview!
  • JU garages and buildings locked during the Kick Off festival
    During the Kick Off festival on Saturday 26 August, the JU garages and buildings on campus will be locked.
  • Information regarding increased national threat level
    The Swedish Security Service has raised the terror threat level from three to four on a five-point scale. This is being considered both internally at Jönköping University (JU) and within the higher education sector, among presidents, university directors and security officers.
  • JU academic choir looking for singers
    Welcome to apply to the academic choir JUVE for the autumn semester.
  • Student Welcome Fair
    On friday 25 August, you are welcome to attend the Student Welcome Fair at Campus Arena between 11:00-13:00. The fair is aimed at new students, however, students who have been at JU for a while can also attend to learn more about our activities.
  • Remember to register for your courses
    Before each semester, you as a student at Jönköping University must register for your courses online to confirm which courses you will attend. Registration is required, among other things, to be able to certify that you are a student, receive study grants from CSN, update your JU card, and to gain access to courses in Canvas.
  • Text message service now available at JU
    In situations of emergency at JU, either in a building or on campus, where there is danger to life or health, it is important to be able to reach out with information quickly to the people concerned. JU has acquired a text message service to be able to send out information to staff and students. This is due to both the world situation and JU’s overall continuity plan.
  • Order parking permits for September
    On Friday, August 25th, the Service Center will start selling parking permits for September. The parking permits are only offered for sale at the Service Center.